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Macedonia as a Roman Province. A Greatly Historical Coin Exhibiting Two Languages. Aesillas as Quaestor, Silver Tetradrachm, 95-70BC
Obv: Head of Alexander the Great, right, with horn of Ammon and flowing hair, MAKEΔ[ONΩN] beneath, Θ behind
Rev: Money-chest (cista or fiscus), club and chair, AESILLAS and Q above, within olive-wreath
Ref: SNG Cop 1330
Grade: VF, slight weakness to lower edge
Note: A remarkable coin produced by the Romans to appeal to the Macedonians. Both Greek and Latin are displayed, and the power of Rome is also demonstrated with the tax collectors name and tools of his trade on the reverse! This coin could be equally shown on the Roman or Alexander pages!
£370 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask)
Rev: Shallow quadripartite incuse square
Grade: VF+ a beautiful little coin
£220 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask)
Reverse: Unusual incuse, legs terminating in indents symbolising lion's paws.
Ref: SNG ANS 298-9
Grade: Very fine, very rare.
Prov: ex Roma Numismatics, previously an private European collection.
Rev: Rose seen from above, pal, grain ear and P-O around.
An extrodinary piece of art work, a must for every serious collector. Ex Leu Numismatics, Switzerland.
Ref: HGC 6,1456
Grade: Extremely fine with a few minor scrapes
Reverse: Draped bust of Athena facing slightly left, wearing triple-crested Attic helmet and necklace.
Grade: VF despite heavy test cut.
Rev: Athena enthroned, holding Nike and resting arm on shield. The name of Lysimachos is crowned by Nike on the left.
Grade: Fine, an opportunity to own this wonderful type without breaking the bank. Other Alexander coins here.
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